up until now i've been using a handed down pair of Bose quiet comfort headphones and they were a huge difference to me over apple earbuds but sadly they've broken. I generally listen to music while riding the bus (multiple times a day, everyday), walking around a crowded campus, and working in computer labs. I loved the Bose because I could finally hear my music over the bus engine and through loud conversations, but i'm not sure whether i should attribute that to the noise cancelling or them being my first over ear headphones.
that being said, I was looking into non noise cancelling headphones (like the ATH-M50x) but someone recommended to me that i pick up a pair of UE 6000(noise cancelling). I feel like the audio technicas would out perform logitech but I don't know much about headphones honestly. is it worth it to shell out big bucks for higher end noise cancelling or will normal over ear headphones provided good enough isolation?
Thanks for any help!